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The Entrance To Hell


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  • Audio CD (1 Nov 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Angel Air
  • ASIN: B0042AEOE2
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,942 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Bullet was formed in 1970 following on from John Du Cann and Paul Hammonds very successful period in Atomic Rooster. Joining forces with John Gustafson who had also experienced considerable commercial success with Big,Three Merseybeats and Quatermass and you had the template for a "supergroup" The band set about recording songs in 1970/71 written by either Du Cann or Gustafson and promptly got themselves a recording deal with the now infamous Purple Records. Problem was there was already another group in existence then from the USA called Bullet and there was a threat of legal action so the band promptly changed their name to Hard Stuff and re recorded some of the Bullet tracks for their first release. Now released for the first time the original Bullet tracks from 1970/71 from masters held in storage over the past 40 years by John Du Cann .

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By neil3146 on 21 Feb 2011
Format: Audio CD
No issues with the music on this CD, which is by one of my favourite bands but why oh why, all this stuff about 'unreleased from the vaults after 40 years' etc.

Thought it looked familiar and went to my CD collection and found the same album released under the band name 'Daemon' (I think this was their original name) back in 1994 but on the Kissing Spell label.

I guess the issue is that Kissing Spell might not be around any more and somebody else bought the licensing rights. Glad I didn't get carried away and buy two copies of the same CD!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By HAYLING BOOK & MUSIC VENUE (HBMV) TOP 500 REVIEWER on 1 Nov 2010
Format: Audio CD
Bullet emerged out of the classic line-up of Atomic Rooster. John Du Cann (guitar) and Paul Hammond (drums) were joined by the great John Gustafson (bass) to create a band which had a heavy, progressive slant, steering away from the more demonic, dark, keyboard-driven sounds of the Rooster years. Where Du Cann dominated the songwriting with his previous bands, the honours are shared here with Gustafson, who was equally as competent at writing new material and in fact complemented Du Cann's distinct creative style. This is a solid album offering a great selection of material delivered by three musicians who, even forty years ago, were seasoned old pros!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G Jethro Tull S on 5 Nov 2011
Format: Audio CD
I am not actually providing a review of the Bullet Entrance to Hell cd. However, I do possess the Daemon cd of the same title. I believe this cd by Bullet is not entirely what it seems. The cover picture shows John DC, Johnny G and Paul H - i.e. the 3 members of Bullet/Hardstuff.
Hardstuff made albums and these are now available in a remastered version. See separate heading under Hardstuff for these 2 cd's which have just been released.
Daemon had forth member (Al Shaw) who provided the main/lead vocals. Thus Daemon is a different group from that portrayed on the cover of this cd. The cover of the Bullet Entrance to Hell cd shows the 3 members of Hardstuff.
Thus, buyers need to be aware of the differences. Notwithstanding the above, Daemon's Entrance to Hell is also available on the Amazon site for purchase. I believe someone is trying to make money by issuing Entrance to Hell again under the Bullet banner. Bullet never made any albums - but did make two albums after they changed their name to Hardstuff.
Regarding the actual music of this Bullet Entrance to Hell cd - I cannot comment. However, assuming that it is the same album as the Daemon Entrance to Hell, then it is brilliant. John DC is on top form and you just have to hear Johnny G's bass on the title track.
This review is dedicated to the memory of John (Du) Cann who died last month. RIP John, a totally underrated guitarist who should have been up there with the Richie Blackmore's and Mick Boxes, but never did so.
I hope this missive has helped to clarify the situation. But the Hardstuff cd's if you liked John's guitar playing with Atomic Rooster.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. J. Fisher on 6 Sep 2011
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Formed from ex-members of Atomic Rooster (the guitarist John Du Cann and drummer)Bullet is their original name, then they had to change it to Hard Stuff because of conflicts with another group and they released "Bulletproof" on the Purple Label in 1971 consisting of ten tracks. When I seen them supporting Deep Purple in the Autumn of 1971 they had a 4th member a lead singer Harry Shaw which I pretty sure is singing on the album but is not credited. Now at last they have released this album with the original group name Bullet, but changed the album title I would of kept the original album title "Bulletproof") with extra tracks they proberly couldn't fit on the vinyl album.You can hear the difference in the sound mix this is a great improvement from the original sound mix of the '71 Bulletproof album where most of these songs are featured, John DuCann supervised the improved mix. They could of given us a picture of Harry Shaw the original singer who is featured on the album as lead vocalist on some songs and toured with them. This new version does not include anything from their second album "Bolex Dementia"
The guitarist in this group John Du Cann died on the 21st September 2011 of a suspected heart attack he was 66.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Golovanov Alexey on 16 Jan 2011
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"Bullet" doesn't need any introduction to the hard-core fans of "Atomic Rooster", or to any serious addicts of classic hard-n'heavy of the 70s.
So, a few words for those who came across the name for the first time (or somehow missed this album): "Bullet" was a short-lived and unlucky project, masterminded mainly by John Du Cann, ex-frontman of "Attack" * and ex-guitarist of the said "Atomic Rooster" - after he got sacked by Vince Crane (band founder).
Du Cann, a superb and very much underrated guitarist himself, soon was seen (and heard) together with excellent drummer Paul Hammond and exceptional bass-guitarist John Gustafson.
That was genuine "Bullet" - a truly oustanding trio, which played really aggressive hard'n heavy - vintage classic rock of the 70s, with virtuoso guitar solos, crafty drumming and powerful vocals. I would say that "Bullet" in many aspects was equal to "Deep Purple and "Uriah Heep", while "Entrance To Hell" can easily challenge later (not early) works of "Led Zeppelin", and "The Orchestrator" still sounds unusually innovative and strong today - back then, in the 70s, "Bullet" had more adrenaline than half a dozen of top NWBM bands much later.
The trio had to drop the name because of the threat of litigation from U.S.band (the rights to the name didn't help Americans to improve their uninspiring music), so an album released under the moniker "Hard Stuff" ( Bulletproof)was previously available on CD - I do recommend to get it.
I have an impression that the mighty music of "Bullet", although simplified and reduced to repeating few catchy chords, inspired boogie-woogie staple diet of "Status Quo".
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